My name is MORTICIA!

Posted over 2 years ago | Updated 1 year ago

My basic info

Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
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Hair Length

My details

Alert icon Not good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Housetrained

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:


Munchkin/DSH | Age 2 years/ Female Spayed  | Accepting Applications for Adoption

Hi, My name is Morticia! I'm an about 2-year-old female munchkin/ domestic shorthair mix. I weigh roughly 7 lbs right now and won't grow anymore. I am spayed and fully vaccinated. I lived outside under my foster mom's house since I was born, so adjusting to living in a house is hard for me. Don't worry, I don't tear anything up or pee all over (I am fully box trained!!) but I am very fearful of people. I do love food though so my foster moms have been able to win me over with treats and food. So far I don't love to cuddle and haven't learned to show affection yet and have been so focused on helping care for my babies and grandbabies that I haven't started playing yet. 

I have had at least one litter of kittens and 2 of them are available for adoption with me (Wednesday and Pugsley). Because I had my kittens so young I never got a chance to be a kitten myself. I am very skittish and haven't learned how to be a cat yet. I don't trust people very much yet, but I love the companionship of other cats. This being said my ideal home is one with another cat in it. If you don't already have a second cat and would consider adopting a companion cat for me, my daughter Pugsley is also available for adoption, as is her entire litter of babies, and Wednesday's litter as well. I haven't interacted very much with the dogs in my foster house, but my foster moms don't think a respectful dog would be a problem. I have not interacted with kids yet, but my foster moms think older kids who will respect my boundaries shouldn't be a problem. 

Myself, my daughters, and all of their babies will all be indoor-only cats from now on, so if you are looking for indoor/outdoor cats or barn cats we aren't the best fit for you. If you are looking for an indoor-only cat to love and love you back from a distance, I'm your girl!


Morticia's Adoption Donation Fee is $125.  Morticia  is spayed, current on all vaccinations has received a wellness exam, and is microchipped.

I Dream of Home Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization. 

TAX ID: 81-0780050

I Dream of Home Rescue
PO Box 7612, La Verne, California 91750

July 9, 2023, 12:06 am
I Dream of Home Rescue,Inc.

Contact info

Pet ID
Katrina Gomez
PO Box 7612, La Verne, CA 91750

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

IDOHR has a Foster Application in place for Foster Volunteers. We have an Adoption Application in place for potential Adopters to be completed. We also conduct Home Inspections as part of the approval process.

Please email IDOHR for Adoption Fee on the specific dog of interest.IDOHR Board of Directors has the sole responsibility for approving all adopters and fosters.

IDOHR does not adopt to out-of-state or out-of-country adopters. All adopters and fosters must live in the state of California and complete an adoption or foster application and contract. Refusal to do so is the reason to be denied for adopting or fostering.

IDOHR pays for all the dog's medical needs, spay, vaccinations, microchip, collars, food, leash, bed, and any other required dog needs. The rescue provides for all of this anything purchased outside of the rescue must be approved by the board of directors prior to purchase or services. IDOHR will not be responsible for expenses for any dog where the foster or adopter has not received prior IDOHR Board of Director approval.

Go meet their pets

We have adoption events every other Saturday at the Glendora PetSmart
1301 E. Gladstone
Glendora, California 91740

Phone Number:
(909) 599-7012

Day: Every other Saturday

Time: 12-3:30 PM

More about this rescue

At I Dream of Home Rescue (IDOHR) our mission is to help rescue unwanted, abandoned and surrendered animals in need. We give animals that have no other option other than death the food, shelter, veterinary care and love that every animal deserves while we search for loving homes. IDOHR will also strive to educate people on the importance of adoption, spaying and neutering, and proper pet care.

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